Does anyone actually enjoy the fast and furious franchise anymore?

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  1. sammyfiction profile image61
    sammyfictionposted 13 years ago

    Does anyone actually enjoy the fast and furious franchise anymore?

    I personally dislike all of them except the first one. I mean, since when did not having a plot or stroyline ever become popular in movies? cars + explosions + bad acting = seriously lame! agree? disagree?

  2. Roger Rabbit profile image60
    Roger Rabbitposted 13 years ago

    No the second one sucked granted you are right there but the first one was good and tokyo drift was good and by the time the cast was re-united in the 4th one they knew that they weren't too good for it anymore.

    The new one coming out looks awesome if you can't appreciate nice cars and big production value go watch an independent film instead.

  3. sangre profile image92
    sangreposted 13 years ago

    I loved the first one, but then they just kept coming back with a different version of the same story in each sequel. This current one looks like it might be as good as the first one. But since I haven't seen it, I can't really say..

  4. coutneyk profile image68
    coutneykposted 13 years ago

    I only ever liked the first movie, the rest of them seemed strained in a way.  I like the spyder in the second movie though, I think it was the second one anyway.  Oh and the hemi's.  If I watched the movies just for the cars I'd probably be more interested.

  5. nightwork4 profile image59
    nightwork4posted 13 years ago

    i like all of them. the first one was the best but the others were worth watching. i'm looking forward to seeing the fast5. it looks like it will be awesome.

  6. zob2zob profile image71
    zob2zobposted 13 years ago

    Fast cars, great sounding rev's, a petrol heads delight, all thats missing is the smell.... ever gone to the cinema on the first release night,  all the boy racers and petrol heads and car heads come to our local cineplex its like a car show rammed wall to wall tetestrone, its a great, god knows how many break the speed limit, etc and don't look to leaving anytime soon but it is a real laugh and good atmosphere!!
    We, my husband, and his family all went all in our seperate cars (real green) but what a buzz!!!

    Can't wait for 5

  7. GBond profile image59
    GBondposted 13 years ago

    I never liked any of them. it seems like a new one comes out every year and nobody goes and sees them. why do they still make more of these movies?

  8. profile image79
    RichBestposted 13 years ago

    I like the "Fast and the Furious" series. They're worth watching, I think. smile

    Edit: Oh, that's as long as they keep starring Vin Diesel and the other guy that played Bryan, who's the name again? smile

  9. Fmfdoc profile image60
    Fmfdocposted 13 years ago

    Looking forward to seeing Fast5. Out of the series, the first one was the best. I'm a fan of fast cars and show cars.

  10. br14nwall profile image59
    br14nwallposted 13 years ago

    Yeah, Specialyl Fast and Furious 5 is coming out these Summer! Sooo yeah! Love ' em ALL

  11. profile image56
    SteveAstonposted 13 years ago

    The franchise hasn't been the same since Michelle Rodriguez was written out, that could of course be just me.

    1. Clark-Savage-jr profile image61
      Clark-Savage-jrposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Then you'll be happy to know she's back in the next one.

  12. NateSean profile image66
    NateSeanposted 13 years ago

    Asking if we enjoyed them "Anymore" would imply that at somepoint someone enjoyed them in the first place.

    And I'll admit, the first movie was entertaining. But then Transformers also has car chases but it's far more entertaining because those cars then turn into robots that blow stuff up.

    I mean, sure, things blow up in F and the F, but this isn't about VIn Diesel's chest area.

  13. The Reminder profile image76
    The Reminderposted 13 years ago

    They are entertaining but I must admit the best one is the first one.

  14. rob_allen profile image68
    rob_allenposted 13 years ago

    I love the fast and the furious series! These movies are worth watching.

  15. profile image55
    rampaknaongposted 13 years ago

    Yes, I personally enjoy fast and furious movie. The car is excellent and racing is interesting. I waiting for it's future series.

  16. james_foreclosure profile image53
    james_foreclosureposted 13 years ago

    well, consider this question - how much more unique can they get?? i mean, it's called the fast and the furious you have to expect fast cars, explosions, girls, etc. that's the formula for this movie and most action movies that come out around this time of year.

  17. celebritie profile image68
    celebritieposted 13 years ago

    Vin Diesel is HOT! I like them and I am glad he is back.

  18. profile image0
    ss_sputnikposted 13 years ago

    Heck ya! I can't wait for the new movie to come out. Plus if you follow Vin Diesel on Facebook ( - you get some pretty nice eye candy and updates about the making of the movie.

  19. EltMrx profile image60
    EltMrxposted 13 years ago

    The answer to that is yes! Obviously if a movie has enough popularity to spawn 4 sequels there is a market for it.

    I do need to update the original equation of the question from cars + explosions + bad acting = seriously lame! to

    cars + explosions + bad acting = seriously lame+millions of dollars in profits

    The F&F movies are Hollywood garbage personified! And Americans love it smile

    I'm already waiting on line for the 6th movie "The Fastest and The Furious-est"

    I think they are a "Guilty Pleasure" franchise. You don't need a story line or plot. You don't need to see the first 4 movies to enjoy this one. You know exactly what you get, and its in the title. Something Fast and Something Furious.

    The franchise never promises anything other than that.


  20. profile image52
    lightpeakposted 13 years ago

    I just love the Fast and Furious series, the first one was the best, but the last one was also good.

  21. ginjill ashberry profile image76
    ginjill ashberryposted 13 years ago

    I still enjoyed it almost as much as the first time watching it. I think the sequels are fine . It was just as expected.

  22. Clark-Savage-jr profile image61
    Clark-Savage-jrposted 11 years ago

    Fast 5 got me back into the franchise.  I enjoyed the others, but they were "wait until the Blu-ray or DVD comes out" movies.

    But I'm seeing Fast 6 (whatever they call it) in the theaters.


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